Medicaid Redetermination

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Medicaid is reviewing coverage eligibility for all individuals and families, beginning April 1, 2023

As the COVID-19 pandemic comes to an end, Florida has begun re-evaluating all Medicaid-enrolled individuals and families to determine if they are still eligible for coverage.

If you or someone in your family currently has health insurance through Florida's Medicaid program, the Department of Children and Families (DCF) may be contacting you to re-evaluate your coverage. If they cannot reach you, you might miss important reminders and even risk losing coverage without your knowledge.

Stay in touch to stay covered

  • Be sure to update your contact information through your MyAccess account at
  • Be on the lookout for notices from the Department of Children and Families (DCF) so you will know when you need to take action regarding your coverage, specifically watching out for an envelope with a yellow stripe that will include your renewal date.
  • Submit any requested information as soon as possible.

For more information including FAQs and to sign up for DCF email alerts, visit

If you are no longer eligible

Learn about and apply for other coverage options if you are no longer eligible for Medicaid.